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Dances resume for Sunday Night Couples Dance Club


Fall has arrived, everyone is returning


to Sun Lakes, and it is time to join friends for dancing and celebrating the season. Bill Phillips and Janet Quade are our new presidents. Our October dance will be held in the San Tan Ballroom at the Cottonwood Country Club on October 20, from 7:00- 10:00 p.m. Come join us for dancing to the music of Route 66. All members of the Dance Club and those interested in visiting or joining the club are invited. The dress for the evening is dressy casual (no shorts) for both men and women. We do have openings in our membership


and encourage anyone interested in joining to contact Michael and Nancy Rogers at 480-895-5976. There is a $20 per couple fee to visit. Hope to see you at the dance! 


New presidents Bill Phillips and Janet Quade.


Wednesday, November 6th


Appearing in the Oakwood Ballroom


Showtime 7 pm


VFW holds September 11th recognition


“The Alley Cats” $22.00 – $20.00 – $18.00


The Alley Cats have made it to the forefront of a cappella music with their renditions of timeless Doo Wop classics and zany improvisational comedy. The Cats have performed with notable celebrities, along with entertaining the President at The White House.


The Alley Cats bring the same level of contagious and uplifting energy to every show. Having entertained audiences for over 20 years, it’s no wonder they have earned the title of “America’s Premier Doo-Wop Group”.


www.thealleycats.com


Chaplin Ed Mouchette, Post Auxiliary President Betty Peer and Post Commander Neal Peer lead Bingo participants in Pledge of Allegiance.


Sun Lakes VFW Post 8053 and


Auxiliary recognized and remembered those lost, saved, and the first responders of


the September 11 attacks, as well as


those who since have kept our nation safe. In observing this presidentially declared Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance, your Veterans of Foreign Wars raised the flag at the Sun Lakes Country Club, which was attended by State VFW Auxiliary President, Cathy Seippel. Later that evening at VFW’s weekly Bingo all participants raised their flags to honor our country and remember. Post Chaplin Ed Mouchette led everyone in prayer asking all


to think what each of us can


do to better ourselves, family, neighbors, country and the world. 


Post Members Rick Schwartz and Ken Marshall put the flag at half mast.


Tickets on sale at the Oakwood Clubhouse 480-895-7275


CLUBS AND CLASSES 67 IronOaks on Stage Presents…


Italian/American Club open to all


Donna Haugland, President The Sun Lakes Italian American Club


membership rolls are open to those who are interested in Italian culture, food and a good time. Our regular business meetings occur on the fi rst Monday of the month in the Arizona Room at


the


Sun Lakes Country Club. We begin at 6:00 p.m. with a dinner, have a short business meeting and end with social time. Join us for some fun, some games and meet some of your


friends and


neighbors who share a similar love of everything Italian. Dues are $15 per year and are now due.


Our next meeting will be October 7;


food will be pizza, salad and dessert. For those who pay their dues dinner will be provided by the club; others will pay $5 to help defray the cost of the meal. The program will be “Getting to Know You,” a fast paced game members have played before and seem to enjoy. If you are planning to come or would like more information call Donna Haugland at 480-802-3737 or e-mail at dshaugland@ gmail.com; or call Pat Aritz at 717-319- 8858 or e-mail aritzpj1@gmail.com or visit our website at www.sl-italian- american-club.com.


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